Category : 5th Class
A', an' and 'the' are called articles Articles are
Adjective. 'A' and 'AN' are called identifinite
Articles. 'the' is called definite article. Article are used with noun.
1. 'A and an' mean one. 'A and an' are placed before counted noun in the singular number:
A book, a pen, an apple, an umbrella
2. We use 'A' before words beginning with a consonant sound.
A girl, a map, a one rupee'note, a uniform
The girl 'O' in one is pronounced as letter
'W' and the letter 'U' in uniform is pronounced as 'yoo' constant sound.
3. We use 'an' before words beginning with a vowel sound.
An orange, an apple, an egg, an honest person, an hour.
1. We use 'the' when we mean a particular person on thing:
A Take the chair lying near the window.
B The man you wanted to meet is waiting at the door.
2. When we speak of a person or thing for the first time, we use 'a or an'. But when we speak of it again, we use 'the'.
A stranger came to our house. The stranger wanted to meet my father.
B He showed me a box. The box was full of toys.
The kaveri, the black sea, the Indian ocean, the Himalayas, the gateway of India.
For example: the Gita, the Koran, the Indian express, the rajdhani express, the Akbar, the USA and the UK.
Determiners are used to modify nouns. It is used for referring to something specific or particular. Determiners are followed by nouns.
Example: This is my phone-
This bag is hers.
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